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MSNBC
Nov 2, 2013 7:00am PDT
've reached the absurd. health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius appeared on the hill to apologize for the botched rollout of m healthcare.gov and answer all sorts of bizarre questions. >> men often do need maternity coverage for their spouses and for their families, yes. >> single male, age 32, does not need maternity coverage. to the best of your knowledge -- >> hospital coverage -- >> has a man ever delivered a baby? >> ladies, time has expired. >> man, she was, like, yeah, got you, has a man ever had a baby? i felt like -- are we having a serious conversation about one of the most important changes to how we deliver health care in this country and like it's a gotcha question about whether or not men are pregnant. by the way, you transphobic human, yes, sometimes they are. but katon, seriously, are these can the kinds of questions republicans are going to want to be on the record as having asked these sorts of questions? >> we're going to get past all this. they're going to try to fix it. the question is you have the 2014 midterms coming up. that's where the commerc
MSNBC
Nov 9, 2013 7:00am PST
to ask about is mental health care access because we did see kathleen sebelius talking about sort of making that even -- what do we know about that disparity? >> first of all, we were talking earlier about chronic stress, of experiencing racism, being poor, and if you develop depression, an anxiety condition, there are good treatments out there. and yet mental health care is so under available, so underfunded, and so what do people do? they turn to alcohol, drugs, self-treatment, and those make the problem worse. and, i mean, that, if i could do one thing it would be improving treatment for mental health care and making it widely accessible. >> i live in the seventh ward in new orleans and the people living in poor communities sometimes feels like everyone has posttraumatic stress. not that you want to medicalize whole communities but you have the sense that there is care that is needed. thank you doctor and heather mcghee and avik roy. something amazing happened in an operating room in san francisco this week. this is how we all felt when we were about to get medical treatment an
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